After becoming the inaugural champion at Forbidden Door, Pac’s first defence of the new AEW All-Atlantic Championship was announced last night.
Pac is set to defend the championship against NJPW star Shota Umino at the Revolution Pro event on July 10. Should he make it out of that match as champion, his next opponent will be waiting for him.
OTT Wrestling took to Twitter today to announce that Pac will defend the title against LJ Cleary in Dublin on July 22 if he retains against Umino in RevPro.
Pac currently boasts a 66% win/loss record in AEW for 2022 so far. For a full list of all win/loss records for AEW’s men’s roster, click here.
Should PAC retain the @AEW All-Atlantic Title
It WILL be defended in #Dublin July 22nd!
Tickets https://t.co/9vMVmrD97c #OTT pic.twitter.com/GUp5R0x0rz
— OTT WRESTLING (@OTT_wrestling) July 4, 2022
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